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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1041 Ii Will jvisi Siarl Your Day Off With Tired-Out Muscles BTTTTIEVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SCHOOL NEWS push-up" exercise is no r , i pushover—but you can do it, with Uruth e r s v i e Man Is r p. ersex : e * e »<*. if s a fine stream- Ro/*U } r I\JP L ;• h - n ?, r for y° ur entire body, espe- Hacked ro r Missouri Re- ' «»Ily arms and shoulders. Be ,M LJ' O ll SQre back antl te£s are strait-Jit publican Post j L^ndjhat^^ CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo Peb 1 -Friends in Southeast Missouri'oi I Leonard L. Limbaunh of this "it" ' are urging his election as treasu-er '' of the Missouri Association of Re- i publicans, at, the Republican .state !' mcetmjr to be held in s, Louis ! Feb. 8. Limbiuitfh, chairman of the Pemiscot County Republican Ccii- ' tral committee and the 10th District ; Chairman, has had wide party political activity in Southeast Mis- spun, and has had considerable I exnenenco from the speakers platiorm. Ho has been active in i community and civic affairs in his i home town and eountv, is a p<m i •} president of the Junior Chamber '* 01 Commerce, and has served on i numerous city and eountv commit- | toes in various'" undertakings, [ Election to the office of trcus- f urer of this organization is tanta- , v mount to beino- elevated the t'ol- ! lowing year to the office of presi-I . Capt ' Vi( ' tcr »• Ki "£. u - s - A - i venienl place at home or at the deni. Numbers of imoortanr Re-) IK °" duly :lt lht - u S. Military ; olfice. - Fresh air is desirable but publican state lenders have Dledeed A<::u{ ^ Jl y at West Point --- *" '-•---• themselves in behalf of Limbaugh's candidacy, and his friends an- ticioate additional offers of help and influence prior to the time of election. Reoublican leaders of the 10th District will set up official "Lim- baua-h for Treasurer" headouarters in the Hotel Jefferson at St. LouLs next week, which is official headquarters, for the state association meeting., SCHOOL SUCTION Add NV\v Hooks to High School Library. Hi'urn. Lawrence Hopper. Billy Hydf. Austin Jenkins, Charles Roy j Lute.s. Donald Merrill. Monroe Ben » i i > , •" ., , onr One Imndird and ilfty lour new slum*. Hetty Lou Foster, rn^ss^n^^r s 11 """- MI ""'"- jom "' Non-fiction — Bennett. VVilmn, Student Library Assistant, a Work book, Bibliography, and Manual of SugRp.st.ioiw, Fargo, Lwillo P., Activity Book for School Libraries; Allen. John E., The Modern News- -ftper; Glaaup. George and Rai-. Saul Forbes. The Pulse of Democ- -„ -- . .-.,v -«..,.. .*., As- ; don't freeze yourself to get it be- Mstjvm Master of the Sword and jcau.se your body must be warm friends an-! (1 " s »' u «'»'\in Military Gymnastics {while exercising to avoid stillness iiiul Physical Culture. From Ms. - wv>m^ \uMia ov^.^.u^, ,.\ •j --„•--- ; >» * 1*1.1.. ^j\.^_* w.*.,j**ig I.AJ iivuitV • >LlIlllcSS uml Physical Culture. From his i Hence, while exercising always wear years or experience with West j clothing which is a little warmer i mm cadets and others, indud- t than you would wear otherwise and «r* /« ni - classes l ' or w « m en at i which is close enough to allow'free- West loint. Capi. King has writ- .; clom of action. teis a series of !2 articles out- I>(J8!I-UI?S ARti lining his favorite calisthenics, NO I'USU-OVElt or whk-h the article below Ls tne i The exercise today Is a variation , ' of "push-ups." Everybody who has „ ,,,„,„ \* r "' ieve >' d°"e any cnlistenics before I v-lni , ' »* "• , KINC ' ' MttS had t0 d ° PU - Sh - lm * anti *«<W* In.-triK'tor m physical Culture. ! that they are no "push-over." Ylfll»t * IJ ,1 - . . J » V . West Point (Written for NEA Service) Anrl National Bank on At Here's one you won't, find too - _„. | difficult. I hope: JT^r^i-^AftaE can exercise m about nnv' con- ! "Z"" ! , ' 0eS ' """ nrais sira| 8 hl v«,.cm..hour or c,,e c,a.v. even *. h ™ ^"the'Tr,."^ S ™,T body until your right, cheek touches C^RUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Feb. L —Officers and directors for the two Caruthersviile banks were elected at meetinss of the stockholders. 'Two new officials were named at the First State Bank, and all officers were elected at the National Bank. Newly elected officer's were John L. VanAusdall, president, and R., L. Ward, Jr.. member of the board > of directors, both of the First State Bank. .Other officers of this! bank ai«> w. ,E. Smith, vice-president; Charles ' G. Ross, cashier. Board members are: John L Van-' Ausdall. W. E. Smith. Charles G. Ross, R. L. Ward. Jr., Crews Reynolds and W. B. Bernard, all of this city, and Joseph Kohn. Hayti. *- I the floor, at the same time raising mediately after eating'." ^d I") ! h?" 1 ' !efl ^ up ns don't exercise immediately after • FO'K YOUR ARMS aTw 8 ' ° lher ;Lhni - "Bulging i'or j ,\N!> SHOULDERS repeat with right leg. « Your body doesn't want a work- position """" in any con- SOLDIERING WITH COMPANY "M" By Corp. Knlph x. Farrar CAMP ROBINSON. Ai'k. —fSpe- cial) — Company M got off to a ims cicy. and Joseph Kohn. Hayti. Ultl1 '— Company M got off to a VarAusdall was elected president flyiu £ - starl f oi" the first week of to fill the vacancy created by the i llle division's thirteen weeks "< resignation last November of Judgei'.' Intenslvre ^itaiy Tiaining." T\ ft D T!>J-I.«.T«^_J t__ . • . I'Trl^ 1 *"s T * T-VI ni> ^K— *-^__ ,.-*• of ^ . Tiaining." To M. R. Rowland .who resigned to i che la y ma n the term "Intensive devote his full time to his exten- ] Mi »'tary Training" may seem to sive Southeast Missouri farming > refer to something of mysteiy. The interests. .words are defined exactly as rhpv Officers re-elected at the National Bank are: Ed L. Abingtor.. Poplar Bluff, president; Hu<?o L __ o _.. .»*^^t^i^ , j.iiw .words are defined exactly as they are implied. This is the process by which the soldier Is hardened and trained to fit the particular groove j " man Branam. Lois Shatley Her- jman Chitman. Marvin Smith and j Virgil Davis. I Private Howard Easley spent the 'week-end with relatives at Harris- iburg-. 1 T1 has just been brought to this i reporter's attention that we have I a member of the company who has as his hobby the one thing most people neglect doing . . . letter writing. Private Warren Douglas Thomason listed -letter writing" as his favorite hobby in a certain military form that each man made out. Thomason writes at least five letters each night. Journalism— onrst. Robert E. and Eernsteln. T. M., Headlines and Deadlines; Matt. Prank Luther, Headlining America; Wagner. Paul L'.. Radio Journalism. Manners- -Str-vvns. William Oliver. The Right Thing; Slaker. Awnna H. K.. The Mnin Motion; Kennedy. Ada and aughn. Coar, Consumer Education; Rilcnwood, James Lee, There's No Place Like Home; BUick, Kathleen, Manners Cor Millions; Boykin, Eleanor. This Way Plen.se; Hadida. Sopliie C., Manners for Millions; Stevens. William Oliver, Correct Thing. Science— Slosson. Edwin B.. Chuts i-n Science; Astell, Louis A., and drtll. Ciuirlrs, Uig-ii School Science Clubs. Matlienifitics— Jones. Samuel I.. Mathematical Clubs and Recreations; Ka.sper. Louis.' There is Fun in Geometry; Langdon-Davies, John. Inside the Atom;' Meister. Morris, Energy and Power. Physics, Hey I, Raul R., New Frontiers of Physics; Brnyg. W.. Electricity. Chemistry, Clarke. Beverly L, Miia-vels of Modern chemistry; Jnfi'e. Bernard. Nev: World of ChftmLstry; French, Sidney J., The Drama of Chemistry; How Man Deals With Atoms. Animal Stories— Hegncr. Robert and Heger, Jane Z,, Parade of the Animal Kingdom; James, Will. ?tnoky, the Cowhorse. Radio— Burns. Elmer P., Radio: A Study of First Principles; Moyer. James A. and Wostrel, John P. Radio Construction and Repairing. Airplanes— Langewieche, WolC- gory, I'll Take the High Road; Roenigk. J. A., General Servicing. Farming— Scranton. L. L., Fun and Work for Future Farmers; Dickinson, Sherman, Job Oj>ern~ tions in Farm Mechanics; JEhur- mond. Milan. Shop Work for Farm Boys; Wallace, Henry A.andBress- man. Earl N.. Corn and Corn Growing; Elliot. Charles N. and Mobiey, M. D., Southern Forestry; Nordby. Julius E. and Latlig. Herbert E.. Selecting, Fitting, and Showing Swine; Southwell, B. L., Wheeler. J. T. and Duncan. A. O. Swine . Production In the South; Card, Leslie E. and Henderson, Melvin, Farm Poultry Production. Nay nurd Morris Thompson, IkMic Pt'ak. ik-tty Lou Phillips, Lorene HOS.S. Jaiu- Shidton, I-^ancos SUousc-, Patty Skoltou, Earline Sullivan, Vasi binder. E\'elyn m. Geneva White. aril-Billy DeLon«. Orvlllo Elkins, Mary Fi-aiices Cain. Dorothy Crawford. Mary Ann Smith. Ev>- lyn Ashley. aB-J-.-premis Holder. Billy Johnson. Hill McCord, Lloyd' Jones, Marihn Lou Gwyn. Dorothy Hiirdy. Christ hu» Page. Lymui 'Hudson, Betty .lean Oainr».s. Saru Grace Joy i KM-. Kl«'<:t 7A-J Officers. 7AI class of Miss Hood's room i-lected officers on Tui\sdny during the home room period. They are as follows: president, Don Chamblin; vice president. Ben Abbott; treasurer, Prances Field; .secretary, Rosana Cleveland; re- porirr. Joyce Damon. l-'nuu.-c.s Fii'Ul guve the 1001 h Pxahn. T\K-.sday, Don Chamblin, the 8th Psalm Wednesday, and Frank Demon gave u scripture Thursday. 8A-3 Officers. Home room 8A.-U elected officers Tit-sday which are as follows: president. Charles Warren; vice president, Vernon Houchln; secrc- tai'y-treii.suror. Jean Moore; reporter, iva Louise Seay; hall monitor, Norman Stone and Lucille Maupin: proi-rnni chairman. Flora Mm; Sue!). KA-l Home Uooni Meots. On '1'uesday the 8A-1 home room held a business meeting. Monitors ttntl program commit tecs were rhcsen. The hall monitors elected were Mnry Frances Cain and Orvllle Elklns. On the home room program committee are Gene Callis and J. C. Cole; on the general assembly program committee, Bonnie Barker and Evelyn Stan- lleld. A vote was made to draw names for the exchange of Valentines. Boeving. Poplar Bluff, vice-presi- for which he is needed, it" is a dent; A. B. Rhodes. Caruthers- Progressive course, varied in its ville. cashier. E. L. Bradshaw of schedules, that qualifies the man r^H VlirlTPVQVlllo ic- rtlf-r\ A *^~^,i —*• t tO ITlP^t. fl n\' t Trrvft /^P «-.:i;^ . „,, ^^» i.vVlkJA tCi, » V»i I ' T.J -.»..*»*.*.» ^,,j L>AA^ 1 Lif\-Ll Caruthersviile is also a member of to meet an -V type of military em- the board of directors, as Ls A'- en?pnr>v flf '"'"" •-"•— *-•— bert Bceving of Poplar BluiT. Damage Suit Results From Fatal Accident CARUTHER.SVILLE, Mo., Peb. 1. —A 510,000 damage .suit against the Manila Scouts To Be Given Badges _MANILA, Ark.. Feb. 1. — Jack Tipton, scoutmaster of Troop 32. announced Friday that Tenderfoot and Second Class Badees would be awarded to 21 Bov'Scouts of Troop ; 32 Monday night at the high school auditorium. The Scouts receiving these badges are: Tenderfoot, Wayne McColloueh, Hershell Lon ? . Charles Long, James!,, Dilts. Harold Pleeman, Richard' Rayder. Prank Sweet. H. D. Alston Jr.. and Jerry Grimes: for Second Class awards. Wavne Kacklev Bud Wells, Billie Green. Jackie Tea sue', R. B. Ingram. James Teaeue'. Monte Grimes. Carl Bvrd. Mir.kie Joe McColloueh, Talmad.se Holt. Men-ill Osbornc. Locke. and Quitman At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Mrs. A. G. Gist. Osceola. admitted. Mrs. Rav Hall. city, admitted. Sam Orgel. Caruthersviile admitted. Llllie Mae McDermott, city admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hallmark, .city, at 7:50 p.m. Friday, a daushter, weieht six pounds one and three-fourths ounces. John p. Reinmiller. city dismissed. Mrs. Vera Pack, Caruthersville. dismissed. Mrs. Lucy McCutchen, Campbell. Mo., dismissed. Miss Kate Bray, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Emerson Efihridge, Dell, dismissed. W. A. Maness, Steele. dismissed. Raymond Ridge, Holland, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Oscar Boone, Blytheville. admitted. Memphis St. Joheph's Hospital Rufus Davis, .Blytheville, admitted. ergencv at anv" given time"" ""'" f rKiin sas-Missouri Power Company i-il ™.ri« T , S been filed in circllit c °un here su,I exeicise. dose order ( on behalf of Mrs. Lizzie Ward of ::; i ; i ? r . A0n . UUe1rior § ua ^ Hn .V«. moUier of Hardy B Ward .tiuctioivm m.htn^ _,, who W£lg k{llecl near Hayti last November when he fell f rcm 'a pecan tree. The petition, prepared by Atty. Von Mayes of Caruthers- viile, alleges that young Ward came m contact with an uninsulated live wire between the branches of the tree, which caused him to fan breaking his neck. The victim was threshing pecans from the tree when he fell, and according to a coroner's inquest after the accident, the shock caused Hardv to lose his balance and fall. ' Oratorical Contest Finals Will Be Held CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo Peb I —Finals in the Pemiscot County American Lesion nrfltnHfoi Con l ! duty, instruction-in mmtary cour- jtesy all have a part in the 13 weeks program. Hikes, hand grenade throwing, bayonet practice, 81 mm mortar work. 30 and 50 cal. machine gun instruction help make the routine of duty much more interesting. Each man in the company has a major part to play, regardless of rank or assignment.'The day has passed when the enlisted men of the army were ''just the " men." Today we find Sergeants instruction to whole corn- ic, tofinda not a11 First Class giving learned, while having attended " r the many service here. The soldier of must use his brain as well as his bodv. _ Precision is habit forming and it is with this as a basis our military training is beginning to already show results. The soldier at Camp Robinson, hears First Call at 6:'00 a m He i falls in at 6:10. (To ''fall' in" | means to take one's place in line! with the rest of the men in one's ; particular unit). Breakfast is at - --~.^ rtu ulu nisn school auditorium here next Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 4 a t 2-30 according to r L ' announcement - • pnnci P al - w ho is in charge thcIcoim ^ Contest. Deering is * report e Hnl . e ^ e 6:30. By 7:30 breakfast is over, the j conten tents have been policed, (cleaned), are S ] " the beds made, the soldier himself ; dressed in his field uniform and ready to march out with the rest of the company. The morning is erw usually spent doing close order drill, j '<- " t « « and hearing certain lectures on in cl 7 ir o^' S subjects vital to the life of the man re P resent «- > Cntered C °° ter: Genc Vi ° kery ' ' Brare ' Caruth ' Hayti is contest - JUNIOR HIGH NEWS Announce Semester Roll. The following .students were on the honor roll for the first semester: 7B1— Chester Caldwell, Don Chamblin. Frank Denton, exercise always preceeds the regular schedule. Strolling Down the Company Street Visitors from Blytheville last week were Major Curtis J. Little Ed Rice, Doctor W. A. Grimmett and Ed Cook. Mr. Cook seemed to enjoy the coffee very much. Mr- Rice had previously had lunch in Little Rock, (according to Mrtj. Little), but he ate a plate of army chow. Among the men from M who visited relatives and friends in Blytheville last week-end were Sergeant Emil Damon, Corporal Elmer Holmes, Private . Johnnie Russ, . . - - ^V C " has been to three different localities. Bo.ce Evans, ^ B^eson. «£ h^^S^n.fi* county contest will represent this county in the district meet. Masons To Meet Royal Arch Masons will meet Tuesday night at the Masonic Hall officers announced today The meeting will begin at 6:00 o'clock. in ue Berryman.. Carol Chapin, Rosana • Cleveland. Joyce Damon. Frances Field. 7B2— Harry Carter Parr, Fred Fowler, Billy Joe Genn, Edsel Harber, Jerry Haley. Nancy Holland. 7B3— Ilene Peak, Frances Shouse, Earline Sullivan, Anne Wefidmnn. Barbara Whittle. 'Betty Wood-son. Donna Wunderlich. 8B1— Richard Rose. Jack Smith. Shirley Barham. Gene Callis. Dorothy Crawford. Ann Dean. Harry Ray Brooks. 8B2— Frankie Harrison', Prentiss Holder. Mary Fi-ances Nunn. Jim Smart. Name Honor Students For Third Six Weeks The following were named on the honor roll for the third six weeks: 7B1— Chester Caldwell, Don Chamblin. Frank Dcnton, Mary Sue Berryman. Carol Chapin Rosana Cleveland, Joyce Damon. Frances Field. 7B2— Harry Carter Fair, Fred Fowler. Billy Joe Gean, Edsell Harber. Jerry Haley. 7B3— Jere Reid, Ilene Peak, Frances Shouse, Earline Sullivan. Anne Weedman. Barbara Whittle. Betty Woodson. Donna Wunderlich. 8B1— Jack Smith. Shirley Barham. Gene Callis, Dorothy Crawford. Ann Deen. 8B2— Frankie Harrison, Mary Frances Nunn. Jim Smart. Billy Johnson. Arc Perfect In Semester Attendance. Twenty Hive students were perfect in attendance the first seme.s- ter. They are as follows: 7B I—Ben Abbott. A. J. Caraway. Bobby CullLson, Verna Man West. 7B2— Randall Hawks, Johnny Hearn. Billy Hyde. Charles Roy Lutes. Monroe Besharse. Melbn Walker. 7B3— Maynard Stiles, Colleen Reese. Jane Shelton. Fi-ance; Shouse. Berta Vastbinder, Evelyn Ruth Wheat, Geneva White. 8B1— Billy DeLong. Orville Elkins. Mary Frances Cain. Dorothy Crawford. Mary Ann Smith, Evelyn Ashly. 8B2— Lloyd Jones, Martha Lon Gwyn. Announce Perfect Six Weeks' Attendance, The following students had perfect attendance for the last six weeks of the first semester: 7B1— Ben Abbott, Chester Caldwell, A. J. Caraway, Don Chamblin, Bobby Cullison, Jeff Dodson, Richard Prichard, Mary Sue Berryman, Juanita Evans, Frances Field, Verna. Mae West. 7B2— Billy' Joe Gean, Berlon Hampton, Randall Hawks, Johnny CENTRAL SCHOOL NEWS Third Grade N«\vs The pupils of the third tirade had a party Thursday afternoon in honor of President Roosevelt. Susie Taylor acted as Mrs. Roosevelt. Bill Hamilton ns President Roosevelt and Cnry Mason as master of ceremonies. Girls hi the room were, hostesses. Last week the home room .wrote Governor Atkins a letter and sent in $2.00 for "the March of dimes." The third grade was very happy to have the most mothers nt P.T.A. tliis month. : AJan Berry and .Maty Joyce Whittle had a perfect score for the term in arithmetic tests Unit, Miss Turner has given at the end of each six weeks. Those having a perfect score for the term in spelling are: Alnn Berry.. .Roljprfe^ Cra^ton^^^au* Charles Fox, Keneuth , Hood, Gary Mason, Howard Robinson, Jimmy Rehimiller, Betty Dell Brooks,- Bonnie Jean Goodrich, Ruth-Mae Pr.u- ett, Tommie Lee Love, Carolyn LJntsseiiich, June Millhorn, Maureen Noiris; Dorothy Rice. Susie Taylor and Mary Joyce Whittle. These'pupils were neither absent, nor tardy dur.Ing the term: Bill Fowler. Bobby" Kirshner. Roger LUm, Donald Rice. Hownrd Robinson, Margie Powers, Dolores Parker, Tommy Le e Love, Mary Jovce Whittle. Sixth Grade The following had perfect spelling scores for the first semester: Jim Gates. Chnrles Pen-y, John White, Onie Anderson, Thelnm Rice, Julia Ann Woodson, Eva Lynn Mann. These tests were given to the students by Miss Turner. The sixth grade was visited by William Beswick who talked on "Hydro-Electric Power." Several folk dances will be given by the home room. The First at the Business Women's Missionary Society in the First Methodist church Tuesday, and another at the Woman's Club on the 20th. Fifth Grade—Swift The fifth grade children had a program in honor of three great men whose birthdays are in January, Benjamin Franklin, Robert E. Lee r and "Stonewall" Jackson. Stories, poems, and proverbs were given. They also read stories about Andrew Jackson on the anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans. The class made posters to illustrate health rules. These were judged by Miss Medrith Hancock and Miss Carolyn Haley. They chose the two who had inade original drawings: Dick Greenwell for first, and June Buchanan for sec- nnd place. Most of the children in this class contributed to the "March of Dimes" infantile paralysis cam- peign. They filled their' card nnd mailed $2.00 to the chairman. The following children have perfect attendance for the first semester: Jim Millican, Janine And- PAGE THBEE PI-SOU, Joyce Kollh. Dorothy Luin, KiUhorine W'cslhrook. Anol.lKM 1 , Cordon Unlsdl, has hml prrfoot attendance^ since he entered but was a iVw cmys late hi wiU»rin£, Porfcol, spoiling scores in the three tests ^iv^ii duriim tho. first. semester wcn> uuuU> by; ruily Sam Bi-rryman. June Buclinnan. Snllic Lou Vavashcre. Jmunli- Fn\ nc cs Cloinons, WIlhiBnu" Duws, Henderson. Jinimic Henry, Horncr, Joyco Kclih. DoroUjy Lum. Hilly M;*Farh\nd. Mildred ' Short' Dick William.", Highesi scorw in arithmetic were made by: Jimmie Prfmci'4 Cloinon.'i, nick WilUnins, Chnrlcs Henderson nnd re. B. Hodge. { will short report of the hooks road jit Urn opening exercise Socouil Griulc, The second i>nulc is enjoying t'l«ht now library books. The following second grade children 1m ve perfect, spell in^ .sooroa for tJic Jhvst scmt'str-r: Shirley Bivrksdnlf. BiUy Kd wards , Nancv Bnucher. Shirley <Junc Davis, Annie Pay Smith, LSetiy Wade, fill- wsud Simpson, Chnrles Prlchard, Joe Lynn Copt'liuui. and Shirley Humphrey. The following children have por- feci. lUtondunce records for tlui first .sL'inesier; Joe Lynn Gopelunu, FR'cUli.- Smith, Jan.-!, Snider. JB«1- ty Wadt>. llobort Owens, Kdwnrd I.M- Pipkin, and Ruby Mae Nobln. Third CnuU', QiU'llnmJ/.. following pupils in Mn? third unule made perfect spelling .scores on their six weeks' test: Nancy Diunon, Patty Bartholomew. Nancy tlsmultou, Aledn Fireman, Louise Sulllvnn, Helen Martin, Mnrmirpt, White, Mary Cruse, Ann Lane, Pntsy Pope. Charleno Mulllns, Betty Lovelace. Margaret Sutton, Barbara Payne, Put Burks, Donald Di'Mkhi. W. C. Thomason. Lurry Shnmlin. Oene Shanks. Larry Lul.?,. .John Allon. George Reed. Buford Hopper, T. H. Van Bibber, Luvern Collier. Jlmmle Porclfull. Jimmy YoweH. The rollowhiR pupils in Mrs. Quellmal// tlni'd gnule spelled the months of the year and the days of the week correctly: Margaret White. Ann Lnno, Pnt- sy Lou Pojw. Pat Burks. George Rend. Bertha Clmriine Mulltns. Loul.se Sullivan. Nancy Hamilton, Jimmy Yowell, Larry Lutz, Helen Martin. Larry Shamlln. Lnvernc Collier, Donald Deskhi, Eugene Wells. Bonnie Thompson. The 1'ollowiny pupils In Mrs. Quellmalx' third grade made perfect arithmetic scores on their six weeks' test: Nancy Hamilton. Marjory Cagle, Patsy Lou Pope, Louise Sullivan. Helen Martin. Charlene Mullens, Bonnie Thompson. Barbara Pnyne. Patty Bartholomew, Margaret White, Aleda Freeman, George Read. Larry Shnmlin, W. C. Thomnson, Jimmie Pevclfull, Louis Anderson, Eugene Wells, Jerald Do/ier. Belly Lovelace and Pat Burks. , .The following- pupils in Mrs. Quellmalz' room have had perfect attendance for the first semester: Louise Anderson, Pat Burks, Donald Deskin, Bobby Edwards. Buford Hopper, Kenneth Wallace, Anne Lane, Betty Sue Lovelace, Helen Martin. Barbara Payne. Louise • Sullivan, and Mnmaret White. ' . Fourth Crude,' Purhnin. Those makisx perfect arithmetic scores in Miss Pnrhmn's room were: Bobbie Bomar. Ann Skelton, Elizabeth Wilder, Jimmy Marler nnd Dnvid Shepherd. The follovvIiiK made perfect spelling scores on their six weeks tcsi: Billy Walker, Nnncy Richards, Elizabeth Wilder. Ann Skelton, Mary Morrison Dowdy, Mary Haynes. Betty Jean Jones, Patty- June Neely. Billie Faye Dallas. Helen Argend. Joyce Allison. Sue Cunninglmm. Bobbie Bomar. Mary Jane Oot'orth. Norum Jean Pierce;. Luelln Alley. Florence Elliott. Ann Bnswell. Betty Jean GofT, Charles McDaniel, C. M. Crouch, Jackie Phillips. Clyde Quails, Jimmy Marler, Dennie Gentry. Charles Ray Thompson. Fifth Grade, Fry. The twelve committees of the Good Citizens' Club In grade five of Mr.s. Fry's room will sell fresh doughnuts at the morning and noon recesses each day for a few weeks. The proceeds will supplement the club funds and will be kept by the club's treasurer, James Gamier. The money Ls used to provide for the needs of the club. Mary Louise Fischel Is absent this week because of illness. The pupils of this fifth grade group air interested in their reading program. They are reading books from the public library and Snrn Pearl Brooks, Nnnnlc Byrrt Hopper. Jjimm'c Murdatiglv Opal McDermoU , w. V. Pruett, Peggy Van Winkle nnd , Pauline Wicker mwkt perfect spoiling scores on Miss Turner's lest the first semester. Sixth r,ra<|«>. VVriRht. Six members of Graham Wright's room have made perfect scores on all of the six weeks' spelling tests Riven during the first semester of school. Tho boy.s and girls with this nverngo arc: fJillie Shnnks, Jnmcs Robert llnyuos, MtirgaroL nimmor, and Mildred Killabrow. Four of our number have perfect uUiMidrmcT records for thf* '•nrsl. somo.sU'j-. They nrc Winfred Miller, Lootlui Moody. lx)is Me- Glothcii. aiu! Hurvoy Eaton. Jack King Green has been se- Icclecl to tuki' part in The Gypsy a musical and rhythmic iUlon, which 'will be presented as ;i part of the P. T. A. Founders' Day program, (,o b<; presented Tuesday night, Feb, 18, In the high school auditorium. Mr. Wright Is directing Ihe dunce and Miss Helen Lucille Moore is accompanist, Sixth fjr;ul<'. Th«« following pupils mude perfect KCori's in .spt'llhiB for the first semi'.sU'r: Pen(jy Hriilchcr, Nenin Burks, AHcan Copclund. Marilyn Dcen. Frances Marsh, Nancy Partlow, Mmvari'l. Roush, Jo Aiin Shanks, Mnry Evdyn Smith, Ger- aldiiu- White. Thomas Bell. James Martin, and Kenneth Prultt. The pupils are now planning the February assembly program which will consist of u short piny, patriotic readings and songs, On Tuesday a room program was given which said "goodbye" to "old Europe- and Young America," the textbook which wus completed the tlrst semester. In reviewing the book seven pupils gave reports on different topics. Other pupils gnvu favorite selections us audience reading. The- program ended with n rapid "Quiz Contest" which tested the memory of the students nnd gave them a period of interest and pleasure. The class will begin a formal study of hy- ttiene, their new textbook being "Cleanliness and Health." There are throe new pupils In the class: Willie Lee Palmer, Frances Palmer, and Laura Swain. Buchanan -made a perfect score. The following pupils made perfect spoil big' scores for the 'se-• meslcy: Howe-hell Gann, Helen Buchanan. Billy Wayne, Houchins, and Geraldinc Page. -A. D. Baker,'who conies from. Half Moon, is a new pupil in the filth grade. R. B, Cribbs, from. i-Ilckman, has also entered the fifth and Harold George has re- ontreed school. Sixth Onidc ' James Peterson was the only pupil who made a perfect score on Miss Tumor's KI'X weeks' test m ai-ithmetlc. Tlie sixth grade welcomes Janice- Brooks. Janice has been going to school at Lonoke, Richard Harrison recently moved to Tennessee. • Perfect attendance for the' first semester, was made by Patsy' Ann Travis, Leonard.; Hammons and Kinina Jean. Helm, Arkansas Professor Gets Washington Post WASHINGTON, Feb. i. (UP)— Charles C) if Ion Fichtncr, dean of Hie University • o/ Arknmas-." biisi- noss st-hool. today, was appointed chlol' of the commerce depart- mini's division of regional econ- OII1V. " Courier News wane ads PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores LANC.U SCHOOL NEWS First dntdc Pupils who had perfect tUlend- uncu for the first .semester are: "Buzisy" C rat'ton. L. C. Godwin, Rexic -Hill, Billy Deri Mnyo. Bobby Joe McBridc, Joe Walls, and Lulu Belle Gentry. The first grtvde children are enjoying the radio "Bustzy" Grafton's mother sent over l.o the room. They are going- to buy one before school closes. •Jim Swirl bought three white nibbits at the Auction sale lust week and ,they are causing quite n bit o[ excitement in the first j grade room. Many reading charts J nnd stories are being written about them. Secund Crude The following children in the second grade have had perfect attendance record for the first .semester: Charlie Belknnp, Billie Bratton. Billy Rny Gnxrrison, Stanley Tn- prum, Merrll Lloyd,-Ella Mnc Garret!, Miuidie Mne Walleson Jena Benish. Third Grade .Third grade perfect spelling .scares for the six weeks, were mude by the fallowing: Lucille Harrison. Helen Sides. Shirley King, Betty Jo Hudson, Roland Oxl'nrd, Kathlyn Martin. Jackie James. Mary Jo Enton. Jiuinita Head, Calvin Wheat. Betty Ann Harbor Robert Delta Implements, Inc. •JU So. 2nd Phone CALL 372 For Fancy & Staple Groceries and First Class, Tender Meats. FKEE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN TOWN CITY FOOD MARKET Corner Franklin & Dugan Harrcll Davis J. 1). 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